2014 - 2015
In this study, you will find that enterprise workers report a good deal of ambivalence. On one hand, they express optimism about their work and work relationships. On the other hand, they report strong frustration with shortcomings in processes and communication.
2015 - 2016
In this report, you'll find those office workers consider themselves productive, but they also work regularly beyond standard business hours. You’ll also find snapshots of their perceptions of each other and the things that keep them from being more productive.
2016 - 2017
In this report, you'll find that while the vast majority of workers express an optimistic view of their work life, troubling trends in the number of hours spent at work and the prevalence of inter-team conflict have arisen—both of which threaten to undermine enterprises’ efforts to be more productive and, ultimately, more competitive.
2017 - 2018
This report finds knowledge workers continuing to be thwarted by tools and practices that are intended to facilitate productivity and collaboration. Again this year, wasteful meetings and excessive emails top the list of productivity killers, forcing workers to spend less than half of their time on the work they were actually hired to do.